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05-14-2008 08:26 PM
alf That's definitely good news. I'm another skinny big-foot -- 130lbs size 11 -- and I can tell you there are very few wide and mid-wide boards shorter than 155. One that I did notice is the neversummer Revolver: It comes in 153 with a 26cm waist. I don't know how it
performs though.
05-13-2008 10:54 PM
Originally Posted by kri$han View Post

so whats a young man to do? email the bastids!;

you heard it here FIRST peeps!

Cool, thats going to be a great addition to the Rome line.
05-13-2008 10:49 PM
kri$han haha...

so whats a young man to do? email the bastids!;

Originally Posted by Anna @ Rome SDS
Hey Krishan,

You're in luck! For the 2008-2009 season Rome is coming out with a Slash
154. It has a waist width of 257mm. You should see the 08/09 Slash hit
stores in Mid August.

Rome SDS
you heard it here FIRST peeps!
05-13-2008 09:32 PM
Thoris lol wow i need to get Laid or something i thought this was a thread how big your agent/gun/shlong/yard stick is.....

05-13-2008 09:04 PM
Simply^Ride Yeah the thing enjoy eating lolly poops,

That's what happens when you try typing in class without getting caught.
05-13-2008 09:01 PM
Originally Posted by Simply^Ride View Post
The board is insane, it has amazing poop, it has nice flex and it's extremely stable at high speeds.
What have you been feeding it? My board's poop is kind of runny.

(edit) Ahh Jordan, you beat me by a minute.
05-13-2008 09:00 PM
Originally Posted by Simply^Ride View Post
it has amazing poop
amazing poop?
05-13-2008 01:01 PM
kri$han man, even lib tech doesn't make a skate banana in the size i want!!! ... 52 straight to a 56.... bastids!
05-13-2008 12:59 PM
kri$han Thanks for the replies, boys.

Yeah I want a short board, like 153 or 154, this is for park mostly, and learning to butter better :P ... I have a 157 Wide board, and that's about as big of a board as I want to handle... short, soft boards are WAY more fun.

The Slash will be great, but too long, imo. Thanks for the input on the machine, snowz, but I would like the board to be able to venture out of the park (not for insane speed runs, but for general cruising cuz i can't spend all day in the park)... and because I wanna cruise with it I don't want a lotta overhang.

My stance angles are 15/-9 so the overhang is quite the possibility, esp on my back foot. My boots are a size 12, but they're smaller on the outside than typical 12's, as in they fit in bindings like an 11 (low profile).

BLAST i hate needing special sizes and yeah, there'll be a set of gold 390's going on tha mofo
05-13-2008 10:51 AM
Simply^Ride I love the Agent, I just bought a 154 and tried it at Mt.Hood. My boots are Burton moto size 11, I wight 145lbs and I am 5'9 tall. The setup seems ok to me, I had a little of overhang but nothing to extreme, as long as you center your bindings to the point that the overhang is the same in front and back, you will not feel any problems with drag. Now I am not sure with a size 12 boots how it's going to work. I ride 14/-14, but I next season I am going down to 12/-12, my back knee is going to thank me for that.

The board is insane, it has amazing poop, it has nice flex and it's extremely stable at high speeds. I rode it in all conditions icy, sticky stuff, corn and some sort of untracked snow, not exactly powder but I guess you could call it that. The board floats very good specially if you move your stance a little backward.

I know a 154 is at my lower end of my range, but personally I enjoy shorter boards. Thats why I bought a 154 and not a 156. The boards handles excellent good and it's very forgiving, I only caught one edge in 3 days of riding at Hood and it was kind of a stupid edge.

What size are your boots 11 or 12? if they are 11, I say go for it, you wont regret it. for a 12 size you might wait for more input from other users.

P.S. match that the Agent with a pair of 390's and you have a dream set. That setup is so responsive and stable, I never rode anything like that before.
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